2. Jam >
3. Like A Rolling Stone >
4. Help On The Way >
5. Slipknot >
6. Franklin's Tower >
7. Shakedown Street
1. Unbroken Chain
2. Leave Me Out Of This
3. Viola Lee Blues > Bass Solo Jam >
4. Bertha >
5. Viola Lee Blues
7. Phil's Organ Donor Speech / Band Introductions
Collection PhilLeshandFriendsBand/Artist Phil Lesh and FriendsDate June 30, 2002Venue DTE Energy Music TheaterLocation Clarkston, MISource AKG c1000s>Zeifro Inbox>D8 @44.1 kHz (DIN, 90 degrees 17 cm)Lineage D8>Hercules GT-XP>Cool Edit Pro>CDWave>mkwACT v.97>.shn v3 (NO DAE or Re-sampling)Taped by Rob RobarTransferred by Rob Robar
June 30, 2014
Pretty awesome - was there ANY show the Quintet did that isn't five-star, wrung-dry jam insanity?
Choosing a favorite "moment" is rather silly here - I don't know, maybe that big Slipknot...
btw, that crazed, frothing, 21+ minute track labeled Viola Lee Blues > Bass Solo Jam should be something more like:
Viola > Jam > Road Runner > Schoolgirl Jam > Viola > Jam >
October 5, 2006
There and Back Again.......
This was my first phil show, god I wish I would have went to see him sooner. But what can I say this was a great start to my first tour. I saw 23 show's of the rest of this tour ending at Alpine Vally for the G.D. Family Reunion. Not having any prior ticket's ( I know it is considerd to be against the dead values but things just happen and this is how it happend). I even snuck into the Scranton Cultrual Art's show ( not promoting sneak-in's or gate crashing by any means) but I hadn't missed a show yet and I wasn't about to miss that one, especially being automatically SUPER SOLD OUT. I never planned on seeing all the show's I saw, it just happend. And I think the signifacance of this show helped me open my sail's and like a lost sailor out to sea I went. I learned and experianced more through this summer than I ever had till that point in my life. The Like a Rolling Stone opener definatly set's the mood the H>S>F A+ ( on the way to the show I said it would be my first show wish) UBC I was just really lucky to get this at my first show, what can I say, I didn't hear my first Broken Arrow till Georgia 18 show's later. Not to forget the Shakedown (iceing on the cake) the smokin Viola and a jammin Passenger encore. This is my first post to the archive and as I re-listen to the rest of the tour, continuing my own search for the sound I will try to write a small recap of each show. Thank you archive for helping me revisit one of the most important time period's of my life.